Money in Your 30s: Manage It, Don't Be Managed by It

by Wade Barnes 4. October 2012
Like it or not, the days when maybe it was okay to be slightly irresponsible with your money are over. You may have worked a job or two, but now you’re moving into the career years ahead. As you nail down a stable job with a stable income, it’s time to start managing your money so that money doesn’t manage you for the rest of your life. With these simple tips, we’ll point you in the right direction. Debt It's time to deleverage. The best way to increase your cash flow is ... [More]

One Size Fits for Life

by Elizabeth Sherman 26. September 2012
Is Your Business in the Right Checking Account? Recently, I got a call from a potential new customer inquiring about our business checking accounts. These calls always get my blood pumping with the anticipation that the business on the other end of the line will need every service I can offer. It can be very exciting! In this case, the business was a startup and not expected to carry very high balances for the first year. In an attempt to put this business in the right account, I asked a few que... [More]

How Your Credit Score Affects Your Health

by Stacy Tharp 5. September 2012
Having a good credit score is important. We all know that. We’ve all seen the commercials, been told who checks our scores and why, and heard horror stories about what can happen when you have a bad credit history. (But if you’d like a refresher on credit scores, read Credit Scores: GPAs for Adults.) But what if I told you that having poor credit can have adverse effects on not just your financial life, but also on your health? Before I begin to explain my reasoning behind this claim... [More]


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